If we are going to be faithful to God, it will be in God’s family, on God’s terms.
There is much discussion about what really is truth in our culture. What does the Bible teach about how we should speak the truth in love to those that we truly love?
We are often accused of “not liking music in our worship.” That is not true but we need to take a look at why we do not use an instrument of music in worship.
This is the time of the year that our children get so excited that it is hard to think of anything besides, “What will I get this year for Christmas?” May all of us treat our children in special ways that are in harmony with what is best for them.
Last week we were encouraged by Paul’s first prayer for the Ephesians, and for Henderson. In this, his second prayer, we learn more of his massive heart as he takes three petitions to the throne of God in our behalf.
We learn much about the heart of Paul when we listen to him pray. As he pours his heart out on behalf of the Ephesians, so does he pray for our church family at Henderson. As they were blessed by his words, so are we.
This evening at 5:00 in Loyd Auditorium we celebrate the unity and love we share with all our brothers and sisters in Chester County. As we prepare for that service, we are reminded of the basis for that unity given in this special passage of scripture.
Learning to respect God and His word on all subjects, including and especially the home and family; human nature, unconditional love, humility, self-esteem, sacrifice.
In this text, Paul draws a sharp distinction between the spiritual life and the secular life. What is the meaning and application of his instruction for us?
Today’s lesson comes from our One Word devotional book for 2017, and it is one of the most beautiful words in the English language: forgiveness. “To err is human, to forgive is divine” (Alexander Pope).